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These web pages contain problems to supplement the introductory textbook, Matter and Interactions by Ruth Chabay and Bruce Sherwood. These problems are for Volume 1, Chapter 1 on…
  
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M. Simon; Publisher: UCLA Department of Physics and Astronomy
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This item is a lecture demonstration on the topic of inertia. It features a massive ball suspended by a string with a string below. Using a rod, the demonstrator pulls slowly or…
  
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Publisher: Science North
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Play this game to learn a lot about force and motion. The goal is to bring the lander down safely on the moon, and also, for variety, on Earth and Jupiter. Among other concepts, the…
  
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M. Wells and B. Duch; Publisher: University of Delaware Mathematics & Science Education Resource Center
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This web site provides the resources for three inquiry-based curricular units for introductory Physical Science. These materials cover the topics of motion, force, and mechanical…
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K. Lee; Publisher: Astronomy Education at the University of Nebraska
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This simulation illustrates the physics of planetary orbits. The user can control the size and eccentricity of the orbit. Each of Kepler's three laws and aspects of Newton's Law are…
  
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J. Wolfe
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This web page describes inertial and non-inertial frames of reference, the latter being frames where Newton's laws do not hold. The text explains "fictitious forces", the centrifugal…
  
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R. Morse
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This collection of applets explores the physics of force and momentum through simulations of a spaceship moving through space. The user can turn the spaceship and fire the engines.…
  
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D. Stern
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This series of web pages, part of "From Stargazers to Starships," describes Newton's three laws of motion and the two concepts on which they are based, force and inertia. A lesson…
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Publisher: National Engineers Week
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This website is designed to introduce kids to engineering. It features an array of resources that include career profiles of engineering career paths, videos featuring kids engaged…
  
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G. Kirwin
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This guide to a workshop for primary teachers provides an introduction to the concepts of motion and forces. It is designed to provide teachers with an inquiry-based learning…
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